Lawrence Malkin is the author of Krueger's Men: The Secret Nazi Counterfeit Plot and the Prisoners of Block 19 which has been translated into seven languages. He spent five years researching official archives, interviewing survivors, and tracking down long-forgotten memoirs, most notably Moritz Nachtstern's, which had been out of print for a half-century. He is the author of The National Debt, a critique of the American economic policy, and collaborator on the memoirs of Paul Volcker, former chairman of the U.S. Federal Reserve, and Anatoly Dobrynin, Soviet ambassador to Washington. In his long career as a journalist, Mr. Malkin was the European Correspondent of Time magazine, based in Paris, and served in Washington, London, Madrid, and New Delhi. He was the International Herald Tribune's correspondent in New York. His dispatches from London were awarded a prize by the Overseas Press Club, and his articles and reviews, several of which have been anthologized, have appeared in many magazines. They include The Atlantic Monthly, Connoisseur, Fortune, Horizon, The Quarterly Journal of Military History, Queen (London), The Times Literary Supplement (London), and World Policy Journal. He lives in New York with his wife, a native of Belgium who survived the war hidden in a Catholic convent school.
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